Friday, December 1, 2023

ASD2024: Uniting the World of Area Selective Deposition in Historic Old Montreal

Announcement for ASD2024 Workshop

Dates: April 15-16, 2024

Location: Old Montreal, Canada

Welcome and bienvenue to the exciting Area Selective Deposition (ASD) workshop to be held in the picturesque Old Montreal. This two-day event, scheduled for April 15 and 16, offers an enriching platform for both academic and industry professionals to exchange groundbreaking ideas in the field of ASD.

Special Sessions:

1. Pre-Workshop Tutorial: A comprehensive half-day tutorial on April 14 (Sunday afternoon). Note: This session requires an additional fee.

2. Atomic Layer Processing Showcase: A half-day event on April 17 (Wednesday morning), highlighting Canada's advancements in atomic layer processing. This session is included in the conference fee.

Conference Venues:

- Hotel Place d'Armes (55 Rue Saint-Jacques): Main sessions and lunches on Monday and Tuesday will be hosted here. This 4-star hotel is conveniently located near a metro stop.

- Hotel Nelligan (106 Saint-Paul St W): A 4-star boutique hotel, the venue for the opening mixer on Sunday evening and the poster session on Monday evening.

Workshop Highlights:

- Single session format over two days featuring invited and contributed talks.

- A panel discussion focusing on the industrial and academic communication of ASD.

- Networking opportunities with leading experts and peers.

Explore Montreal:

Participants are encouraged to experience the charm of Old Montreal, known for its vibrant restaurants, bars, shopping venues, and historical sites like the Notre Dame Basilica and the port. For sports enthusiasts, the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve offers a unique opportunity for running and cycling.


- Prof. Sean Barry, Carleton University

- Prof. Paul Ragogna, Western University

Scientific Committee:

- Adrie Mackus, Eindhoven University of Technology

- Anjana Devi, Ruhr University Bochum

- Annelies Delabie, IMEC

- Anuja DaSilva, Lam Research

- Dennis Hausmann, Lam Research

- Erwin Kessels, Eindhoven University of Technology

- Gregory Parsons, North Carolina State University

- Han-Bo-Ram Lee, Incheon National University

- Ishwar Singh, IBM

- Keyvan Kashefi, Applied Materials

- Kristen Colwell, Intel

- Mark Saly, Applied Materials

- Marko Tuominen, ASM

- Ralf Tonner-Zech, Wilhelm-Ostwald-Institute für Physikalische und Theoretische Chemie

- Ravi Kanjolia, EMD Electronics

- Robert Clark, TEL

- Sang Hoon Ahn, Samsung Electronics

- Seung Wook Ryu, SK hynix

- Stacey F. Bent, Stanford University

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